Oleander Reagan-Artemis, a May 2022 graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, has won a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) to Romania. Participants in the ETA program help teach English while representing the U.S. as cultural ambassadors.
London calling: Marching Mocs receive official invitation to London New Year’s Day Parade
The Marching Mocs were officially invited to participate in the London New Year’s Day Parade and Festival during a ceremony taking place on Wednesday, March 22, in the UTC Fine Arts Center’s Roland Hayes Concert Hall.
Chatt State UTC Connect: New dual admission agreement allows for seamless transition
On Tuesday, March 21, a dual admission agreement between UTC and Chattanooga State Community College was formalized. The Chatt State UTC Connect agreement reiterates a commitment to ensure a smooth transfer of Chattanooga State students to UTC to complete their bachelor’s degree programs.
Memphis, here we come: UTC Mock Trial advances to nationals
For the fourth time in eight years, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Mock Trial team has advanced to the national championship tournament. The tournament, which takes place April 14-16 in Memphis at host site Rhodes College, features 48 mock trial teams from across the country.
The sky’s the limit: Ashwyn Sam’s journey from Chatt State to UTC to Stanford
After graduating from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2020 with bachelor’s degrees in mechanical engineering and mathematics, the guiding light in Ashwyn Sam’s career path was academia.
UTC senior earns Top 20 spot in college journalism’s highest honor
For the second year in a row, a student at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga has been recognized in a national competition known as the Pulitzer Prize for collegiate journalism. Jules Jackson, a double major in art and communications, placed 19th in the 2022-23 Hearst Multimedia Narrative Storytelling Competition.
Home away from home: New residential learning communities create ‘a sense of belonging’
The College of Arts and Sciences launched five new residential learning communities (RLCs) in fall 2022. These are living/learning communities made up of students with similar interests or areas of study. The goal is to speed up the process of forging a community while away at college.
Addressing abuse: Educational seminar draws victims’ advocates from across Tennessee
Since 2018, Dr. Christina Policastro, assistant professor in criminal justice at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, has held weeklong seminars to provide that information to advocates. The Senator Tommy Burks Victim Assistance Academy addresses ways to help prevent abuse, recognize it when it happens and find resources available for victims and advocates.
UTC Faculty Music Recital
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Faculty Recital took place on March 5 in the Cadek Recital Hall.
UTC Wind Ensemble performs February concert
The UTC Wind Ensemble held a recent performance on Feb. 28.